The DSM-5: A Dystopian Novel

Reading the DSM-5 as a dystopian novel, it becomes an obsessive catalogue of haunting afflictions and nameless characters striving for an impossibly anodyne normality.

If there is a normality here, it’s a state of near-catatonia. "DSM-5" seems to have no definition of happiness other than the absence of suffering.
Art by Alvaro Tapia Hidalgo